Host Marion Corwell and Sixth-Graders on Educational TV Show, "You Name It," WTVS-Detroit, March 1960

Summary

Beginning in the 1950s, Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village partnered with WTVS, Detroit's local educational television station, to bring American history into the classroom. Marion Corwell, the museum's Manager of Educational Television, produced and hosted You Name It -- a half-hour quiz show. Students from grades 5 to 8 tried to identify and give the historical significance of objects from the museum's collection.

Beginning in the 1950s, Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village partnered with WTVS, Detroit's local educational television station, to bring American history into the classroom. Marion Corwell, the museum's Manager of Educational Television, produced and hosted You Name It -- a half-hour quiz show. Students from grades 5 to 8 tried to identify and give the historical significance of objects from the museum's collection.

Material

Paper (Fiber product)

Technique

Gelatin silver process

Color

Black-and-white (Colors)

Dimensions

Height: 5.125 in

Width: 7.125 in

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